Fort Fest line-up announcement

Fort Fest has announced the final bands to play the main stage of this year's inaugural event. The announcement sees The Xcerts, EMP!RE, Press To MECO, Boy Jumps Ship, THECITYISOURS, The Hyena Kill and Kingdom Keys added to the main stage.

Death Spells are alive!

Death Spells are alive. The duo consists of former My Chemical Romance men Frank Iero and James Dewees. The secretive project is set to hit you quick with an album coming in July and a small tour in August. Lucky Brits will get to see the two reunite on select dates in Glasgow, Manchester, London and Birmingham before the 'tour' hits Moscow and New York.

Black Peaks and Heck announce co-headline tour

Brighton and Nottingham quartets Black Peaks and Heck have announced a co-headline tour for September.

Fizzy Blood/Allusondrugs @ Le Pub, Newport

Le Pub is a cute little venue in Newport situated less than a five minute walk from the train station with friendly staff. Today the venue played host to the co-headline tour of Allusondrugs and Fizzy Blood.

Enter Shikari’s Rou Reynolds features on Solo 45’s Feed Em to the Lions remix

Enter Shikari's Rou Reynolds is among the guest artists featuring on Solo 45's remix of his infamous track Feed 'Em to the Lions. The track premiered on June 9 on BBC Radio 1 Xtra.

Kerrang! Awards winners

Thursday June 9 saw some of rock and metal's finest come together for the 2016 Kerrang! Awards. Hosted at the Troxy in London by The Darkness' Justin Hawkins and Skindred's Benji Webbe and saw the likes of No Devotion, Asking Alexandria, Creeper and more honoured before a first for the awards with a live show featuring two of the winners, Asking Alexandria and A Day to Remember picking up best British band and best international band respectively.

Meet The Haxans and grab your Chains

The Haxans, a goth-pop super duo consisting of New Years Day's Ash Costello and Rob Zombie's Matt Montgomery, have released their first single Chains.


The rockers took on the A-Z Questionnaire Challenge and you can read their answers here...

Camden Rocks Festival 2016 Review

In the best Bruce Buffer impersonation that you can do – WE ARE LIVE. 20 venues 200 bands and a press pass! Welcome to Camden Rock festival which adds more hustle and bustle to THIS vibrant part of London Town, the world famous Camden Town


I look forward to more tracks to be released from this band, as so far, I'd say judging from this EP they are definitely worth keeping an eye on. I wish the best for the release of EP, and the band itself.

The Cult Of Dom Keller announce new album and stream first single

Heavy-psych scorchers The Cult of Dom Keller (TCODK) are set to release their third album with esteemed London label Fuzz Club (A Place To Bury Strangers, Dead Skeletons)

Veridian release video for ‘One Day’

'One Day’ is the third single from Veridian, following their debut single ‘Refuse To Feel’ and follow-up ‘Running Away’.


Essex isn't usually known for it's indie/emo offerings but this time it's been kind and given us the gift of Bodyheat. Coming in strong with their debut single, 'Hold On', Bodyheat draws influences from bands like Turnover and Pity Sex whilst still very much sounding unique and fresh.

River Becomes Ocean adds more live dates

Brighton based alt/post-hardcore group River Becomes Ocean have added more dates to their EP release tour. Alongside the already announced London and Brighton dates, the quartet have added Workington, Bolton and Hastings to their schedule.

The Scenes and Beasts, The Buff Club, Glasgow

For today's gig I headed over to the Buff Club Glasgow. It is one of those venues that you never forget when you go there as there is always a lingering smell of vomit in the upstairs venue...however, this odd inclusion was not a reflection of tonight's performances...


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